$5M Program To Help Recruit, Train First Responders In Communities Throughout MichiganA $5 million grant program will help local governments recruit and train first responders.
Ex-EMT Gets Jail Time for Neglect in Baby's DeathAn ex-emergency medical technician has been sentenced to jail after she delayed responding to a Detroit home where an 8-month-old girl was having trouble breathing and later died.
Family Of 8-Month-Old Baby Who Died After Detroit EMT Allegedly Refused To Respond Files $2 Million LawsuitThe EMT allegedly told her supervisor, “I’m not about to be on no scene 10 minutes doing CPR. You know how these families get."
Detroit EMT Fired After Being Accused Of Refusing To Help Dying Baby"I'm not about to be on no scene 10 minutes doing CPR," she reportedly told her supervisor. "You know how these families get."
Church Service Focuses On Neighborhoods, Law Enforcement And Issues Dividing CommunitiesHundreds of police officers, sheriff's deputies, emergency personnel and others gathered for Detroit's Greater Grace Temple's annual service.
Detroit EMT Suffers Heart Attack On The JobDespite his own distress, the 40-year-old EMT finished caring for his patient.
26 New EMT's Graduate From AcademyA graduating ceremony was held Friday for 26 new Detroit Emergency Medical Technicians.
Detroit To Change 911 Response PolicyDetroit's EMS department wants to improve its performance by beefing up their staff and focusing on serious emergencies only.